Amber Westwood is the Junior captain at Hunley Hall Brotton. She has been chosen to play for the Yorkshire girl team, travelling around Yorkshire. Amber got her 1st handicap of 40 in 2017 and now 2019 she is playing off 15.7.
You can find Amber on the golf course most days and she wants to fulfil her dream of becoming a golf pro one day.
Year 10 Revision Festival on Monday 17 June 2019 at 5.30 pm.
This event is designed to support the students at this vital time, the beginning of their final year of GCSE studies. We appreciate the support you have given the Academy throughout your child’s journey from year 7 to year 10 and know that you will continue to work closely with us to ensure that your child reaches their potential.
Please see attached letter for more details.
Y10 Revision Festival Letter 24.05.19
Freebrough’s environmental action team have recently volunteered in supporting the environment. After school students have started with picking up litter around the outside of the academy. The team are in the process of planning other ways to support the environment. Excellent work
A brilliant but cold and wet Saturday morning for some of our students (Dan, Ellie, Georgia and Eva) who represented Cleveland in athletics. Brilliant performances with a county champion in the year 7 hurdles category. Well done to Georgia and the other athletes who give it their all and made the most of this fantastic opportunity.
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For the attention of Year 10 students, parents/carers
Thanks to those who have brought their consent forms in for the upcoming year 10 revision festival. This is a vital time as year 10 students are close to transitioning into their final year of secondary education.
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Key Stage Three students in the Academy have been highly successful in their quest to become published authors! Following last term’s national writing competition with The Young Writers, over half of the entries we received have won the opportunity to have their work published in a nationwide storybook and to be put forward for further prizes! This is an outstanding achievement for our students and it is fantastic to see that we have so many budding writers in our midst. All of the students involved have received a celebration assembly and letters home to parents to show how proud we are of them all. We look forward to the publication of their stories in the next couple of months! Mrs E. Gibson
The topic this week in assemblies is Safeguarding – Online safety and Radicalisation. Mr Byrne and Mr Robson have given a presentation to the students which covered the many area’s of online safety and how to stay safe when using social media.
To view the presentation, please click the link below.
NET PowerPoint Safeguarding
“It was a cold and wet one for the rounders gang heading to Bydales but this didn’t dampen our team spirit”
Excellent rounders all round. Only a few games left this season. Keep up the hard work girls. Great effort. A very PROUD and cold Miss Deakin and Mr Taylor